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    Limited Access

    To further prevent the spread of COVID-19, the City of Marshfield is limiting access to City owned buildings.  Learn more here.

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    Coronavirus Updates

    Thank you for visiting the City of Marshfield to learn more about the coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit the page, here.

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    Marshfield Fire Department

    The Marshfield Fire and Rescue Department, in partnership with the community, protects and preserves lives and property through assessment, prevention, education, and response.

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    Kodiak Bears

    Wildwood Zoo is home to two Kodiak Bears, named Munsey and Boda!  The zoo is one of only a few places in North America to house true Kodiak bears.

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    Veterans Park

    Located at 7th & Park Street, this park was deeded to the city in 1909 by George C Beach. In 1928, Veterans Park was chosen as a living memorial to the soldiers who fought & died in WWI. A Vietnam War era helicopter is displayed in the park.

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    Soo Line Train

    Built in New York, Steam Locomotive 2442 was one of the 15 class F-22 heavy freight locomotives that generated 43,000 lbs. of haul power. The 2442 final run occurred out of Fond du Lac, WI in 1953.

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    World's Largest Round Barn

    This 150' in diameter building, finished in 1916, was constructed for the Central WI Livestock Breeders Assoc. at a cost of $5,000.  The Round Barn is listed on national, state & local historic registries.

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    Jack Hackman Field

    Jack Hackman Field is the premier baseball diamond in Marshfield.  Dimensions are 385' to center field & 320' down the lines, seating for 900+, electronic scoreboard, restrooms, concession stand, enclosed dugouts, bullpens & batting cages.

  • Dog Park resized

    Paws 'N Play Dog Park

    A fenced in, off-leash dog park where well-behaved dogs can exercise in a clean, safe environment without endangering or annoying people, property or wildlife.

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    Braem Park

    A 40-acre park that includes a picnic shelter with restrooms, four lighted tennis courts, a softball field, playground, horseshoe area, skatepark, 18-hole disc golf course, and nature trails.  Approximately two-thirds of the park is wooded.

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    Joe & Bernadine Weber's Nature Park

    Joe & Bernadine Weber's Nature Park is a 37-acre park located at the corner of Holly Court and West 5th Street. Enjoy a picnic under the covered shelter, bike or walk on the trails, or just relax and take in the nature around you.

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    Marshfield Outdoor Aquatic Center 

    The new outdoor aquatic center will be located at the same site as the current Hefko pool and will have 3 slides, 2 diving boards, a climbing wall, basketball hoops, a full concession stand, family changing rooms, private changing stalls and more. The expected opening date is thhe summer of 2021.

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Nov 26, 2020

Limited public access to some City facilities

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Nov 25, 2020

Press Conference

Nov 24, 2020

Common Council, 11-24-20

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Nov 23, 2020

City leaders provide insight on 2021 budget

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Marshfield is located in both Wood County and Marathon County, Wisconsin. As of October, 2019 Marshfield's population was 19,316. The Cities of Marshfield & Wisconsin Rapids of Wood County were ranked 14th in America, 3rd in the Midwest and 1st in Wisconsin as best cities to live in. Marshfield is also ranked as the 8th best "Dream City" in America.

We offer you, our citizen or visitor, a safe, clean community with abundant parks, numerous attractions and a world-class health care facility. We're proud of Marshfield, and pleased to have you as our guest.

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